In this tutorial, you will learn how to insert a signature in google docs.
How To Insert Signature In Google Docs
Do you need to add a signature to a Google Docs document for a requirement? If you need to send a file with your signature, it may be difficult to do without a printer and scanner on-hand.
The process of adding a signature to documents can be time-consuming, but with Google Docs, it can be done with just a few clicks. We can use the Drawing tool to create a signature from scratch within our Google Docs application.
In this guide, we will show you how to insert a signature in Google Docs.
How to Add a Signature in Google Docs
Here’s our step-by-step guide on how to add a signature in google docs.
First, head to the document that requires a signature. Next, click on Insert > Drawing > New.
Click on the dropdown arrow next to the Line option to reveal other ways to draw. Select the Scribble option.
The Scribble option allows you to use your cursor or stylus to draw any shape as if you were using a pen on paper.
After drawing your signature, you can click on the shape to reveal a blue box. You can drag the sides of the box to adjust the size and dimensions of the signature. You can even rotate the signature as needed.
Click on the Save and Close option to insert the signature into your document.
Select the drawing to reveal the text wrapping options. We recommend setting the signature to be placed either in front of text or behind text.
Use your cursor to drag the drawing element to where you want the signature to be.
This guide should be everything you need to learn how to insert a signature in Google Docs.
You may make a copy of this sample document to test it out on your own.